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0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000



country of citizenship:   usa

social security number:  xxx-xx-xxxx


vacancy announcement #:          gs-346-11

position:                   logistics management specialist/quality assurance specialist



core competencies

associates degree in aviation operations; current assignment as contracting officer s representative and standardization and evaluation flight engineer; contractor oversight; report/documentation generation; liaison activities; technical interpretation/evaluation; kc-130/c-130 aircraft; aircrew evaluation; training; standardization, evaluation and training program audit; inspections; aircraft airworthiness; correction recommendations; operational risk management (orm) for training and combat missions; flight manual evaluation; program statistical analysis; aircraft structural integrity program; airframe/powerplant mechanic; quality assurance inspector; nc-131h/nf-16 air force aircraft; lear jets; non-destructive eddy current and dye penetration inspections; helicopter/fixed wing aircraft;  faa airframe and powerplant license; secret security clearance




professional experience

march 2010 - present

department of defense air force reserves

niagara falls air reserve station, ny

pay grade: gs-2185-10

hours per week:  40

salary: $64,254 annually

supervisor: david tarnowski xxx-xxx-xxxx              may contact


contracting officer s representative


for the firm fixed price contract at the air station, represent air force in dealing with contractor, monitoring contractor s performance and his progress in completing contracted-for tasks and serving as a direct intermediary between contractor and contracting officer.   provide technical guidance to contractor regarding requirements and perform all inspections, supplying contracting officer with all documentation.  when deficiencies are reported and brought to the attention of contractor, inspect end-result and provide verification that deficiencies have been corrected.  maintain careful scrutiny of project, reporting any negatives such as possible conflict of interest or any fraud, waste or abuse.




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july 2002 - present

department of defense air force reserves

niagara falls air reserve station, ny

pay grade: gs-2185-10

hours per week:  40

salary: $64,254 annually

supervisor: david tarnowski xxx-xxx-xxxx              may contact


standardization and evaluation flight engineer

in this assignment, tasked with wide-ranging responsibilities for c-130 aircraft, including evaluating aircrews and flight evaluators, and inspecting/auditing standardization, evaluation and training programs.   have developed inspection plans; assure airworthiness of aircraft returning from storage depot or having undergone extensive repair by performing acceptance and check flights.  ensure technical order and standards compliance by aircrew through utilization of both planned and no-notice inspections.  when non-compliance is an issue, assure training department addresses insufficiency and takes remedial action.  identify strengths/weakness of crew performance, recommending corrective actions when necessary. 


involved in training and combat missions, performing operational risk management (orm) to identify areas of weakness, such as deficiencies in technical orders/procedures, and make corrective recommendations.  oversee drafts of flight manuals, focusing on accuracy and assuring compliance with air force standards; identify areas of weakness or non-compliance and offer remediation recommendations.   for newly-developed missions, provide risk assessment and develop procedures/action standards for aircrew.  on semi-annual basis, provide program statistical analysis/evaluation, identifying various trends or problem areas. 


contribute dynamic leadership skills toward developing/implementing performance-driven training plans crucial to building productive aircrews.  additionally, provide comprehensive oversee and strong direction to the aircraft structural integrity program.  holder of secret security clearance.



august 1990 c september 2002

calspan corporation aerospace division

buffalo, ny

hours per week:  40

salary: $26.50 per hour

supervisor: jack bush, 716.632.7500                       may contact


aircraft mechanic/quality assurance inspector


worked as an airframe and powerplant mechanic, as well as qa inspector, for experimental aircraft used in the u.s. air force and navy test pilots school, including air force nc-131h and nf-16, and two civilian lear jets.  was tasked with troubleshooting of all components of aircraft, including removal, replacement and overhauling of equipment for entire fleet.  audited and inspected aircraft to ensure technical and quality compliance with government as well as civilian contracts.   inspected all government/commercial-provided parts to assure compliance with quality standards.  utilized eddy current and dye non-destructive penetrant inspections on components, as well as other testing and calibration, to certify acceptability of experimental and government-furnished materials.  holder of secret security clearance.   


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october 1983 c june 1990

united states marine corps

glenview, il

hours per week:  40

salary: $36,000 annually

supervisor: msgt nick dicandia, n/a                                    may contact


aircraft component mechanic/quality assurance supervisor/kc-130 flight engineer


for aircraft intermediate maintenance department with responsibilities for usmc helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft, oversaw qa inspectors regarding overhaul and inspection of all aircraft.  monitored mechanics for technical order and data compliance through inspections and audits.  processed reports on parts/equipment technical deficiencies and performed non-destructive dye penetration inspections on variety of components.  served as kc-130 flight engineer during period 1988-1990.



community college of the air force

associates degree, aviation operations, 2005


defense acquisition university

contracting officer s representative course, 2010


macon, ga

senior non-commissioned officers course, 2000


technical school, glenview, il

c-130 flight engineer school, 1987-1988


niagara falls, ny

non-commissioned officer course, 1995


technical school, millington, tn

aviation fundamentals, 1984





faa airframe and powerplant, 1990




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